Bladder and Bowel Issues
When the pelvic floor muscles are weak, tight, or dysfunctional, it can lead to a variety of bladder and bowel problems.
The muscles of the pelvic floor can become tight and tense and lead to symptoms such as pelvic pressure or pain, pain with intercourse, vaginal irritation, tailbone pain, pain at the anus, and penile or testicular pain.
Issues During Pregnancy
Pelvic floor therapy can be very beneficial for pregnant women, as pregnancy and childbirth can put a lot of strain on the pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic floor therapy for postpartum women is a specialized form of physical therapy that focuses on addressing the changes and challenges that occur in the pelvic floor muscles during and after pregnancy.
Post Menopausal Conditions
Pelvic floor therapy for postmenopausal women is a specialized form of physical therapy that focuses on addressing the changes that occur in the pelvic floor muscles after menopause.
Tailbone pain, also known as coccydynia, can be caused by a variety of factors, including injury, childbirth, and poor posture.
Although I specialize in treating pelvic floor dysfunction, I have been helping patients recover from orthopedic injuries for over 20 years.